GALAPAGOS Studio is here!

Since a very young age I realized that art, design, and technology help us envision and build alternative worlds…

That’s why these last 25 years I have worked for different companies and collaborated as a freelance artist and designer with different projects and businesses. But in 2017 I made a drastic decision and resigned my stable job to focus on finishing my PhD research about Art & Artificial Intelligence, and in the meantime, try to start my own independent visual communication studio.

Because I love planning projects, products and services that express and communicate information, data, emotion, culture and aesthetics opening my own studio seemed like the correct idea. And now, finally, I’m happy to announce my new professional project called GALAPAGOS Studio!

The name for my new adventure is inspired in those volcanic islands distributed on either side of the equator in the Pacific Ocean which a young british naturalist called Charles Darwin visited in 1835 and made a resounding impact on the formation of his Theory of Natural Selection by helping him synthesize many of his findings in a revolutionary new scientific paradigm. For Darwin the Galapagos were a living laboratory, an idea I’d like to translate to my professional life. The logo of the studio is a turtle since “galápago” in spanish is a synonym of this animal which symbolizes good health and long life.

So from my nomadic office in Donostia-San Sebastián I can help you with applied knowledge in the following fields:

  • Visual Communication
  • Multimedia Art
  • Web Design 
  • Digital Marketing
  • UX Research
  • Cultural Events

I’m sure this journey will be full of up and downs, but I haven´t been so confident with my professional life in a long time! Please, do not hesitate to contact me if you require further information…

*(Pictures: turtle swimming & Galapagos Studio turtle-logo by Flaticon).

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